Long time lurker, first time poster. I just made a forum account to let you know how much I appreciate your plugin.
I am using Obsidian to manage the hundreds of files and notes in my dissertation, and without an easy way to quickly create and navigate file hierarchies I have found it challenging to draft and organize my material in Obsidian. I previously found organizational “structure” documents difficult to implement and traverse, and I have been relying on a number of other apps or editing environments like Ulysses to do this. Of course they in turn end up presenting their own (many, many) problems already solved by Obsidian. Your plugin finally makes those structure documents a usable solution for my needs–it even works great in the Android app! Moreover, it actually encourages me to get even more organized and granular with my MOC structure files – for example, a structure not just for each chapter, but for each section of a chapter – since it’s so easy to copy and paste links between the different structures and navigate them. I no longer need to worry about redundancies in the hierarchy, the structure eventually ending up out of date or lost somewhere inside my vault, and all the other problems that made this unviable for me before.
All I have to figure out now is the best and most reliable way to transclude and export the linked documents in my structure files into a single Markdown file for Pandoc processing and I will have locked down a single Obsidian->Pandoc viable for any writing project. Thank you so much again for the plugin!